13 Books I’m Looking Forward to Reading in 2018

There are a lot of books I’d like to read in 2018, but I’ve narrowed them down to thirteen to share with you. Before I tell you which they are, a few disclaimers:

  1. This isn’t a Top 13; the books are in no particular order.
  2. While some of these books are coming out this year (I’ve mentioned which), there are some that are older.
  3. Some of the new releases don’t have covers, titles or synopsis yet. In the case of the unknown titles, I’ll just write which series the book is from and the number it’s supposed to be; as for the About (synopsis), I’ll just explain what the series is about.
  4. I’ve divided the books in the following categories: Fiction Novels (8), Guides (3), and Manga/Graphic Novels (2).

Let’s start with…

FICTION NOVELS

1. The Alienist – Dr. Lazlo Kreizler, Book 1

The Alienist - Dr. Lazlo Kreizler, Book 1 by Caleb Carr

Author: Caleb Carr

Themes & Genres: Historical, Mysteries, Psychological, murder

About: The year is 1896. The city is New York Continue reading

8 Books I Read and Fell in Love with in 2017

Hey, everyone!

I’ve reviewed a total of thirty-five novels and short stories in 2017 – some of them came out that year, some are a bit older – and today I’m going to share my eight favorites with you. They are in the order of which I’ve posted their reviews. That’s why we are starting with…

Broken – Beautiful Monsters, Book III by Jex Lane

Broken - Beautiful Monsters Vol. 3 by Jex Lane

Genres: Fantasy, LGBT Literature

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

Vampire. Incubus. Demigod. Weapon Continue reading

What I Think about Throwing Stones by Robin Reardon

Throwing Stones by Robin Reardon

Throwing Stones by Robin Reardon

Themes & Genres: LGBTQ, YA/NA, family, religion, acceptance

Blurb:

Something is drawing seventeen-year-old Jesse Bryce toward the community of Pagans who live in “the village,” just outside his rural Oklahoma town. Maybe it’s that he has a crush on Griffin Holyoke, a tall, dark-haired boy with a tree tattooed all up his back. Or maybe it’s that the Pagans accept Jesse for who he is, unlike his family—or his church, where he hears that being gay is a sin Continue reading

My To Review in December 2017 List

Hello, kittens!

It’s the first Sunday of the month, so here’s my To Review list. I have not one, not two, but FOUR books to talk with you about this December!

Three are Fiction (two novels and a short story), and one is a guide. So, which are they?

Junkyard Heart – Porthkennack, Book 7

Junkyard Heart - Porthkennack, Book 7 by Garrett Leigh

Note: The books follow different couples so you could read this one even if you haven’t read Books 1-6 Continue reading

What I Think about The Astonishing Thing by Sandi Ward

The Astonishing Thing by Sandi Ward

Themes & Genres: Literary Fiction, family, pets, cats

Blurb:

Pet owners know that a cat’s loyalty is not easily earned. Boo, a resourceful young feline with a keen eye and inquiring mind, has nonetheless grown intensely devoted to her human companion, Carrie. Several days ago, Carrie—or Mother, as Boo calls her—suddenly went away, leaving her family, including Boo, in disarray. Carrie’s husband, Tommy, is distant and distracted even as he does his best to care for Boo’s human siblings, especially baby Finn Continue reading

5 Books I Want to Buy Before the End of the Year

5 Books I Want to Buy (before the end of the year)

In case you haven’t figured it out by all the reviews I post on this blog: I love reading.

Shocker, I know.

If I were to let myself go and buy every book I wanted, I’d be broke in a week, probably even sooner. However, there are some books I desire more than others and since I think they’d be amazing reads, I decided to share them with you. This list is in no particular order and I tried to go for a bit of diversity so you’ll see three Fiction novels, a manga and a writing guide here, all of them by different authors.

Let’s start with the Fiction novels Continue reading

What I Think about Waiting for Walker by Robin Reardon

Waiting for Walker by Robin Reardon

Themes & Genres: LGBT, YA, Romance, family

Blurb:

Micah Jaeger’s life is a mess. His folks have split, and his mother is seeing a medium to communicate with Micah’s older brother, killed in Afghanistan. He had to change schools for his junior year, which made him retreat further into himself, hiding behind his camera—and hiding that he’s gay Continue reading